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Easterseals Statement On The Senate Republican Release Of Health Care Reform Legislation

The following is a statement from Katy Neas, Easterseals Executive Vice President of Public Affairs, reacting to the Senate Republican release of the Better Care Reconciliatio...
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Caring For Older People In An Aging Society

"What are the cases that keep you up at night, the ones in which you are unsure what you should do?” This was the question Michael Gusmano, associate professor of Health Polic...
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Researchers Chart Pathway To ‘Rejuvenating’ Immune Cells To Fight Cancers And Infections

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital immunologists have discovered how immune cells called T cells become “exhausted” — unable to do their jobs of attacking invaders such as ...
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Whatever Your Skin Tone, Spread On The Sunscreen

No matter what the color of your skin, UT Southwestern cancer experts recommend wearing sunscreen. “Anyone and everyone who is going to be outside for any period of time shou...
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Study: Exposure To Light Causes Emotional And Physical Responses In Migraine Sufferers

People experiencing migraines often avoid light and find relief in darkness. A new study led by researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) has revealed a prev...
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Novel Platform Uses Nanoparticles to Detect Peanut Allergies

Researchers have developed a novel platform to more accurately detect and identify the presence and severity of peanut allergies, without directly exposing patients to the all...
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Review: Insomnia Medication May Wake Up Some Patients From Vegetative State

For most people, taking an Ambien is a means of treating insomnia. But some patients with neurological disorders whose consciousness is already limited have actually woken up ...
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Tramp-o-lines: Bouncing Fun Or Backyard Danger?

It’s summertime. What could be more fun than a group of children bouncing on a backyard trampoline? But, a look at statistics may change a parent's mind. "Trampolines are a ...
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Cedars-Sinai Team Develops Risk Assessment Score To Predict And Help Prevent Sudden Cardiac Arrest

A Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute investigator and his team have developed a new risk assessment tool that brings physicians closer to predicting who is most likely to suffer a s...
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Four-Food Elimination Diet Can Treat Eosinophilic Esophagitis in Children

Children with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) – a chronic inflammatory disease that injures the esophagus – who temporarily eliminated cow’s milk, wheat, egg and soy from their...
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Premature Infants At Greater Risk Of SIDS

Premature infants still have a greater risk compared to full-term babies of dying of SIDS and other sleep-related infant deaths despite recommendations from the American Acade...
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Small Chips, Big Impact: MSU Researcher Studies Cardiovascular, Sickle Cell Disease

A Mississippi State University researcher is developing new miniature models to better understand the factors that lead to heart disease and sickle cell anemia. Renita Horton...
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Exercise Program Improves Performance Of Daily Activities For Frail Older Adults

An exercise program comprised of gentle exercises and taught by home care aides can help frail older adults perform basic daily activities, according to a new study by researc...
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The Medical Minute: Flat Head Syndrome Usually Not Serious

The number of infants who develop flat head syndrome — deformational plagiocephaly – has increased significantly since the start of the Back to Sleep campaign to combat Sudden...
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Patient Race And Gender Together Are Important In Predicting Heart Attack Symptoms In The Emergency Department

Researchers at the George Washington University (GW) found that certain symptoms are more and less predictive of patients’ risk for acute coronary syndrome (ACS), which includ...
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More Breast Cancers Were Diagnosed At Early Stage After Affordable Care Act Took Effect

A Loyola University Chicago study published this month has found an increase in the percentage of breast cancer patients who were diagnosed in early Stage 1, after the Afforda...
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Leisure Activities Lower Blood Pressure In Alzheimer’s Caregivers

Going for a walk outside, reading, listening to music—these and other enjoyable activities can reduce blood pressure for elderly caregivers of spouses with Alzheimer’s diseas...
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Child Safety Or Parental Duty: Virginia Tech Study Maps Out Core Concepts In The Vaccination Debate

The recent measles outbreak in Minnesota — by June, new cases of the disease in that state surpassed nationwide totals for all of 2016 — has been a sobering reminder of how hi...
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Six Facts About Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

A veteran hearing fireworks on the Fourth of July can be thrust back into the sounds of war: bombs exploding, guns firing, the whistle of a mortar landing nearby. An individua...
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New Standardized Clinical Practices Reduce Premature Infant Morbidity and Mortality in First Week of Life

The University of Alabama at Birmingham Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit created the Golden Week program to improve outcomes for infants born prematurely at 28 weeks’ ges...
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Nearly Half Of US Women Don’t Know Heart Disease Is Their No. 1 Killer

Women and their physicians are largely uneducated when it comes to females and heart disease, putting women’s health and lives at greater risk, a new study out today shows. T...
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Tennessee First State To Set Up Safety Ratings For Youth Sports Leagues

A new rating system called Safe Stars will soon allow parents to check and see if youth sports leagues in Tennessee follow state-recommended safety protocols. A collaboratio...
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Mosquitoes And Ticks: What You Need To Know This Summer

Ryan Smith, an assistant professor of entomology at Iowa State University is encouraging Iowans to take precautions this summer when spending time outdoors in areas commonly p...
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Genes, Ozone, And Autism

A new analysis shows that individuals with high levels of genetic variation and elevated exposure to ozone in the environment are at an even higher risk for developing autism ...
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